Live Online Event | 2017 Community-Based Collaborative Action Grants: An Overview (slides)

2017
|   By
Nella Young ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
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Summary
Join Nella Young, Senior Program Director of Enterprise Design Initiatives; Emily Roush-Elliott, former Enterprise Rose Fellow and Social Impact Architect; and some of the 2016 Collaborative Action grantees for a conversation about the impact and experience of implementing these fast and effective placemaking initiatives, and the process to apply for a Collaborative Action grant in 2017.
Description

Enterprise provides grants for organizations to host a Collaborative Action in their community. By design, Collaborative Actions allow conversations to emerge that shape the community and social context and catalyze positive dynamics. These actions may be permanent or temporary, tangible or intangible, and may include creative placemaking, mapping, art installations or community events. They are typically small-scale, low cost, and short in duration, but often fit into a larger community effort.

Join Nella Young, Senior Program Director of Enterprise Design Initiatives; Emily Roush-Elliott, former Enterprise Rose Fellow and Social Impact Architect; and some of the 2016 Collaborative Action grantees for a conversation about the impact and experience of implementing these fast and effective placemaking initiatives, and the process to apply for a Collaborative Action grant in 2017.

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